Food Allergy (2020 Pilot Survey Data Comparison of Vaccinated vs Unvaccinated)

Food Allergy

Food allergy in the 99% vaccine-exposed population under age 18: 6.5%
According to the CDC, ‘age-adjusted percentages for U.S. children under age 18 years in 2018 for food allergies were 6.5%.’112 In more recent publications, the rate is 8% for children.


Compare Unvaccinated Survey Data
Food allergy in children under 18 years:
(a) Risk of food allergy in unvaccinated (post birth) (14 out of 1,272): 1.1%
1. Risk of food allergy in unvaccinated without exposure to K-shot or maternal vaccines (6 of 845): 0.71%
2. Risk of food allergy in unvaccinated (post-birth) with exposure to K-shot and no maternal vaccines (7 of 379): 1.85%
(b) Increased risk according to exposure:
1. Increased risk in vaccine exposed population: 815%
2. Increased risk with K-shot exposure: 161%

All citations here: https://vaxcheckers.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/2021-Amended-FULL-Report-Control-Group-2.pdf

Food allergy in the 99% vaccine-exposed population over 18 years: 10.8%
In a population-based survey study of 40,443 US adults, an estimated 10.8% were food allergic at the time of the survey.

Compare Unvaccinated Survey Data
Food allergy in over 18:
(a) Risk of food allergy in unvaccinated (post-birth) (1 of 210): 0.48%
(b) Increased risk in vaccine-exposed population: 2,150%

All citations here: https://vaxcheckers.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/2021-Amended-FULL-Report-Control-Group-2.pdf

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